The Importance of Representation
This week, Drivon Consulting is appearing at multiple conferences and hearings on behalf of our clients. Constantly striving to remain at the forefront of issues important to those who have relied on us, it is the focus of our firm to advocate for our clients every day. It is the mission of Drivon Consulting, and the owner and principal attorney Zach Drivon, to be the firm you can rely on no matter your industry. It may be difficult to think of why you would need an attorney until you need an attorney. Every day, average people are faced with legal issues that they never imagined or those that they have been planning for a long time. From something as simple as signing an employment contract, all the way through corporate formations and representation before the city, county, and state; finding an advocate who understands the obstacles you will have to overcome can be an intimidating task. When it is crucial to have good representation is often when it can be the most difficult to find. Representation is a critical aspect of the corporate process. Trademarks and Copyrights, patents and permits, every piece of the puzzle that is your entity can use an advocate who knows how to best represent your interests. The importance of representation cannot be underestimated. Having an advocate by your side, to guide you over the legal hurdles you may face and represent your interests is a key component of success. One of the events Drivon Consulting is attending this week is the CalCannabis Cultivation Licensing event in Sacramento. CalCannabis Cultivation Licensing, a division of the California Department of Food and Agriculture (CDFA), ensures public safety and environmental protection by licensing and regulating commercial cannabis cultivators in California. CalCannabis also manages the state's track-and-trace system, which tracks all commercial cannabis and cannabis products—from cultivation to sale. CalCannabis is organized into three branches: Licensing, Compliance and Enforcement, and Administration. At this event, they will be showcasing the process for applying for the state license required to be a cannabis cultivator in California. Also, this week Drivon Consulting will be attending Turlock’s pre-submittal conference for qualified candidates for the city’s cannabis pilot program, representing a local client. The City of Turlock recently reversed a ban on commercial cannabis businesses within the city limits and is considering allowing up to four dispensaries. However, in order to secure a position for our clients, it is essential to discover the exact requirements the city expects in its application process.
At Drivon Consulting, we pride ourselves on being the advocate that represents our clients at every level. Specializing in corporate entities, with a particular focus on the commercial cannabis and industrial hemp industries, we help bring businesses through the entire process from an idea to a reality. Whether guiding through the rigors of regulatory compliance, drafting business plans, or submitting applications for permits and licenses, we are dedicated to serving our clients' needs.